The Power of Love

The power of love is the basis for all religious teachings. Manly P. Hall wrote: “There are within us undeveloped spiritual energies and potencies that can heal the body and preserve the soul.” We have more power than we know. We must not hate what we do not know. Aldous Huxley further surmised: “We can only love what we know and we can never know completely what we do not love. Hatred does not cease by hatred.” With love of knowledge, hate and ignorance are expelled.

Hall’s approach to religion is based on a simple code connecting ethical values with love of wisdom. Hall discovered living ethical principles reveals spiritual insights. He advises students and teachers in Words to the Wise to “(d)o ill to no man, give to all that which is justly theirs, think good thoughts, perform kind actions, be patient in all things, and have faith in the Universal Power” Cicero knew: “the wise man is modest in success, patient in adversity, and at peace with all things.” There can be no long-term success in any venture including life in general without applying ethical first principles from the universal field of spirituality and the Law of One.

Dr. Sigmund Freud recognized the latent powers of the mind. Freud knew it imperative to turn our violent and destructive energies into peaceful and creative works. He advocated a kind of creative transformation of our destructive energies often described in New Age circles as auras. Kindness to animals is an example of a kinesthetic practice exemplified by Jesus, St. Francis, and Gandhi. The Quakers also respectfully defended the alchemical principle of peace condemning both slavery and war.

Echoing William Blake, “the wise man sees the good in all religions.” As the modern writings of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., bearer of doctorates in theology and sociology, warned: “We must learn to live as brothers or we surely will perish as fools.” The modern social justice movement upholds the ancient Law of One. This is an extension of Rabbi Hillel and Jesus’ teachings to treat others as ones wishes to be treated.

Wise teachers and students live on sincere love of truth. Students become disciples and then initiates to mystery schools when they have learned to unify science and spirituality. Mystery schools, academies, temples, and communities have long disseminated the arcana of spiritual arts and sciences to students of great character and attainment. The purpose of all knowledge is perfection of the soul. A symposium needs but two (2) souls to guide dialogue toward healing and transformation.

Neither time nor thieves can steal immortal treasures of metaphysical philosophy. Charity, virtue, indifference to time, detachment, effort and courage must be rightfully directed. Courage accepts danger, ridicule, criticism, and martyrdom with poise. In fact, the goal of spiritual training is selflessness. Those who are selfless are a channel for deliverance. We must move from righteousness to selflessness. Selflessness permits pure of heart individuals to access intuition which is the root of creativity and spiritual insight.

Dreams, Mythical Symbols, and Archetypes

In Our Dreaming Mind, Robert L. Van de Castle, Ph.D. noted dream journals facilitate creation of individual dream leitmotifs. Some dreams may involve reincarnation. Experiments demonstrate telepathy is possible in dreams. Maimonides stated dreams show what is in your heart and “the imaginative faculty in sleep is the same as when one receives a prophecy.” Astral travel and remote sensing are therefore possible awake or asleep. Dreams, like films in the dark, can be prophetic since they are inter-dimensional without limitations of time and space. Poetry, like dreams, and song use images to communicate meaning. Dreams, like Gandhi’s and Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s, can inspire political revolutions and social movements. Dreams have inspired a wide variety of religious prophets and military and scientific leaders. The unconscious “storied thinking of dreams is responsible for all cultural evolution.”

The ancient subconscious philosophy of mind and the archetypes of the soul are being rediscovered in the modern era. Values illuminate character. Wisdom bestows security far beyond wealth of this world and immortality in the next. What remains is the symbolic morality of dreams, stories, fables, and parables which speak to our individual subconscious and collective unconscious. The individual conscience is merely the sharp tip of the iceberg. In fact, dreams led to recent discoveries of ancient Egyptian cities and artifacts by the Fayheds. The Great Pyramid is believed by some scholars to be older than the Egyptians and the pre-Egyptian Sphynx is believed to contain the fourth dimensional Halls of Amenti.

Dr. Carl Gustav Jung’s psychoanalytical practices in the subconscious are memorialized in Memories, Dreams, and Reflections (1965). Jung, whose father was a clergyman, realized religion played a crucial role in the psyche and psychic illness. Psychological functions, per Jung, are to: sense, think, feel, and intuit. Jung’s mission quest was inner self-realization of the unconscious especially when studying “primitive” cultures. Scientific knowledge must consider feelings to heal naturally and holistically fragmented disciplines. Jung looked particularly to the East “with its superior psychic proficiency” and found no conflict between science and spirituality under the transcendent and unifying Law of One.

Symbols speak to transcendent truth. The Taoist symbol instructed Jung there is light in the dark and dark in the light. Only a unified personality can experience life. Adventure is key. “The treasure hard to attain lies hidden in the ocean of the unconscious and only the brave can reach it.” Holderlin knew furthermore: “Where danger is, arises salvation also.” Modern alchemists today advance philosophical secrets far beyond Hegel’s dialectic of synthesized opposites. Yet, in many parts of the world, the introverted World Soul of the collective unconscious (zeitgeist) is more important than the extroverted and selfish Western Universal Mind. Mythical symbols are produced by the unconscious soul and spirit. Dreams can be influenced by physical symptoms of the body. Cayce claimed many dreams are related to improper diet, incorrect posture, or predisposition to some illness.” We are more than we think. Write down your dreams or consult a dream helper. Meditation assists in dream recall.

Jung started studying mythology to understand archetypal dream symbols of the unconscious because he saw them as compensations for conscious attitudes. The doctor must be able to treat his wounded self to effectively treat others. Knowing thyself must come first. Such is the method of shamanistic and psychoanalytical wisdom training. We project our psychic power onto objects. With technical aid, unconscious signs may reach consciousness. “The unconscious mind of man sees correctly even when conscious reason is blind and impotent.” Dr. Bernard Siegel has proven self-healing is possible even for those with cancer. Self-improvement guru Anthony Robbins has proven success requires a positive attitude in goal setting.

Joseph Campbell found study of comparative world mythologies and archetypal motifs of the collective unconscious useful. In his Introduction to interviews with the eminent professor, Michael Toms saw Campbell as a “planetary elder or primitive shaman telling mythic tales around the fire.” Campbell was quite famous for teaching his students to “follow their bliss for everything that lives is holy.” Religion is not only for Friday, Saturday, or Sunday; it is for every day when living the unified field of spirituality and Law of One.

Myths retain elemental psychological value. Myths are clues to unite the forces within us. Thoth in ancient Egypt and Hermes in ancient Greece revealed secrets of immortality to initiated priests of mystery schools. Live by the myths that as a child permitted you to forget time. Campbell noted about devotional rituals: “When the outer object of vision and religious contemplation is removed, the inward search began” Talismans are only as powerful as belief.

Universal archetypes like the wise old story-teller, young hero, and love goddess remind us of important roles to fill. The fertility goddess compassionately teaches from the heart chakra the sanctity of the earth. The hero for example hears “the call,” goes on a spiritual and physical adventure to help others, and then brings back a message without reward. The hero must survive an ordeal for initiation into immortality. Even in a modern myth like Star Wars, multi-dimensional presence via intuition is more important than technology. The hero must integrate the shadows or slay them. The hero must essentially confront the distant darkness and transform consciousness like Jesus in the desert or Moses or Mohammed on the mountain top. Suffering is part of life but an initiate like Buddha overcomes it.  Each person must find his or her own way thru the wilderness of being.

Symbols in the collective unconscious have the power to open our eyes and guide us to safety. Thirteen (13) is the symbol of transcendence, rebirth, and transformation. The Seal of Solomon was the Star of David made of thirteen (13) stars and the first American flag may have been conceived by St. Germain, the magnetic professor who inspired the American revolutionaries at Independence Hall. The primordial cross symbolizes the four directions and the four corners of the world from ages before Jesus. The Devil of Christian mythology was handed Poseidon’s trident at great cost to the legend of Atlantis. Drugs, dance, and sex are substitutes for our desire to experience transcendence across time and space. Transformation by a wise healing serpent is the misunderstood ancient symbol of renewal in kundalini yoga. Intuition is required more than tuition to grasp or be grasped by myths.

Myths deeply instruct us on the facts of life thru the prism of the unified field of spirituality. In Power of Myth, the great story-teller Campbell demonstrated myths are simply metaphors to help us determine the best principles for living. “What we are learning in schools is not the wisdom of life. We’re learning technology.” Mythology is the penultimate truth which can be enacted thru ritual. So, the medieval knight enacted practice of the virtues of love, temperance, wisdom, loyalty, and courage, the true lessons of the humanities.

Solar Resurrection in the Universal Tradition

There exists evidence of great world destructions in different ages. Migrant Atlantean art remains on cave walls in Basque Spain, France, and with Calo in Florida. The Atlantean heritage of living in harmony with nature and the Sun, moon, planets, and stars came and went. This tradition was adopted by psychic shamans and other spiritual leaders who “rebirthed” the Cherokee, Iroquois, and Lakota of North America. The seafaring Phoenicians who produced the first alphabet from pictograms say Atlanteans were the first great world traders. Unfortunately, much of Phoenician history was lost with repeated destruction of the libraries at Carthage and Alexandria.

Atlanteans were known as the “Children of the Law of One.” They judged people by their ethical character instead of material possessions like the “Sons of Belial.” In the ancient Middle East, the underground Essenes preserved the wisdom of the scriptures instead of orthodox Judaism which appeased Roman Sons of Darkness and the conservative rabbinical establishment known as the Sanhedrin. Cayce says the Essenes at Qumran and Masada were derived from Melchizedek, Elijah, Elisha, Samuel, Jesus, and John.

In the Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life, Melchizedek says Mary and Joseph were Essenes. The Essenes accepted Jews and gentiles demonstrating the Law of One. Jesus taught forgiveness and turning the other cheek instead of revenge. Cayce said: “The very thing you wish to control in the other person is the thing that will destroy you.” You and the “other” are one. That is the Law of One. This is how Paradise is built from the Temple of Poseidon. Sonar, seismic, and aerial surveys will continue to reveal pre-diluvian megalithic structures above and under water. Joseph Campbell reminds us the largest buildings a culture constructs reveals its highest values and beliefs.

Since antiquity builders have known the circle and square synchronize the Law of One. They saw Jesus, a mason and carpenter, as inheritor of the secret knowledge of unified science and spirituality known to pharaohs, Moses, and Solomon. Leonardo was a Renaissance (reborn) mason taught by the Roman engineer Vitruvius. In modern times, most of Jung’s family were masons or parsons. Secret knowledge reveals deep truths like: all organic structures are based on the mathematical phi ratio, Golden Mean, or Fibonacci spiral which may be key to billions of swirling galaxies, star systems, planets, moons, and celestial bodies. Art imitates life.

Alternative scientific theories on accepted truths must constantly be reexamined. Half of our history has never been told to the masses. Jesus exclaimed: “Nothing is hidden that will not be made known or secret that will not come to light. What I tell you in the dark speak in the light.” Knowledge is indeed power. In the Hiram Key, Christopher Knight and Robert Lomas uncover lost history of the secrets of nature connecting Sumerians, pharaohs, Solomon, Jesus, and the Freemasons. The tradition is tied together by shining light on darkness. When you know the truth from enlightenment, you are resurrected and can build the “cornerstones” of the temple of wisdom.

The Sumerians and Egyptians passed on cosmic awareness and solar resurrection initiation rituals that originated before the last Flood. These rituals of the Sun were passed on by founding father Abraham and law giver Moses “who was learned in all the wisdom of the Egyptians.” The murdering outlaw Moses passed what he knew from the Egyptians on to the “Habirus,” the Essenes, and the Jerusalem Church of Jesus and its leader Jesus’ younger brother James. The ancient interlocking Egyptian Star of David and the twin pillars of Solomon’s Temple represent the priestly (heavenly) and the kingly (earthly) Law of One, or in terms of the Protestant Reformation church and state.

The Celtic and Roman Sun God Sol was born on December 25th and in many languages the Sun God translates to “the Most-High.” Solomon himself married the pharaoh’s daughter and allowed temples from many religions to be built in Jerusalem. Nevertheless, virtually all the records of the Jerusalem Church were burned at Alexandria by the Roman Church to make determining Church origins from Persia, Babylon, Hyksos, and Canaanites difficult to prove. The Church then upheld Jewish prophet Ezekiel’s ban of most Egyptian rituals following Babylonian captivity and return of exiles.

The Maccabees started the Jewish independence movement by declaring war against “unjust” pagan Syrian Greek occupiers. The Jewish celebration of Chanukkah celebrates victory for their One True God echoing Amon-Ra. The next violently nationalistic Jewish grassroots rebellion was against Rome and its corrupt and greedy Sons of Darkness. The Qumran Church evolved into the Jerusalem Church led by Jesus after James’ (not Jesus’) crucifixion per Knight and Lomas in The Hiram Key. Such alternative versions of war leader Jesus have been purged from most Protestant versions of the Bible. Recent archaeological finds indicate the Essene monastery at Qumran was stockpiling arms for rebellion.

The tradition of truth, justice, and righteousness (ma ’at in Egyptian) was passed on by Moses to the Essenes at Qumran and then to the progressive multi-cultural Gnostics instead of to established institutions of corruption like the Jewish law-making Sanhedrin, the Greek Church, and Constantine. The Maccabees and Essenes connect back to the Egyptian priests and Solomon’s Temple. Solomon’s Temple and Jesus lasted on the material plane 33 years, the same number of degrees in Freemasonry. Jesus may have raised gentile initiates, followers, and funding, and he may have gone so far as to advocate equality for women while possibly cutting ties to his family so he could focus on inciting the Spiritual Revolution. John the Baptist, James, and his brother Jesus all called themselves the Ebionim or “the poor.” This was their demonstration of the Law of One. One is all and all is One.

During the medieval Crusades, the pilgrim protecting Knights Templar dug up the treasures of Solomon’s Temple in Jerusalem per Knight and Lomas. These treasures were described in the Copper Scroll at Qumran. The Knights Templar founded by Huguyes de Payen and disbanded with Jacques de Molay continued the secret tradition of resurrection in initiation rituals. Resurrection was integral to the lives of Mithras, Osiris, and Jesus. The skull and bones battle flag later made famous by privateers was originally the Templar banner for resurrection. Templars then passed their ancient rituals on to skilled and principled Rosicrucians like Francis Bacon and Freemasons like St. Germain who carried the mystical orders to Scotland, Europe, and America. In England, nearly all of the first members of the scientific Royal Society were initiated Freemasons.


The Freemasons were instrumental in the sacred building of America. The Newport Observatory in Rhode Island appears to have been constructed by Freemasons. The authors indicate the Templar chapel built by the Sinclairs in Rosslyn spared by the English Revolution shows sculpted North American plants like maize and aloe unknown in Europe at the time. Such evidence corroborates the idea the Knights Templar journeyed to America centuries before Columbus. Medieval legends of the chivalrous King Arthur combine Celtic, Norman, and Middle Eastern motifs of “New Jerusalem” on cathedral buildings across Europe. Freemasons in America adopted the Scottish Freemason Book of Constitutions (1738). Ben Franklin was the first to print them in North America. The revolutionary secret tradition of the ages upholds the unified field of spirituality and the Law of One.

Cayce on Developing Psychic Abilities

Though not a medical doctor, Edgar Cayce, the healer of thousands without fee, stated in On Prophecy, one’s emotions could make him sick or well. Cayce stated we must sociologically evolve to heal others and ourselves. When we do, we will develop psychic powers including intuition and telepathy. Cayce stated the Atlanteans were gifted in metaphysical sciences, the arts, and psychic abilities, and they knew there were many past deluges. He said all time, past, present, and future are one and artists, writers, poets, and psychics teach us to free ourselves from the constraints of conventional linear time. When one grows in virtue, character, and patience, psychic abilities naturally develop.

In On Religion and Psychic Experience, Cayce said we should look to the little things like helpful speech and deeds, kind thoughts, and overlooking failures as the way to covenant with God. “Be interested in the other fellow if you want him to be interested in you.” Cayce would connect his soul with that of the sublime as William James called it in Varieties of Religious Experience. Emerson would call it the “Oversoul” while Jung would call it the “superconscious.”

 In On Religion and Psychic Experience, Harmon Hartzell Bro, Ph.D. noted Cayce believed it was vital we forgive and “turn loose those who hurt us.” Cayce was a channel whose self-induced trances could be relaxed, focused, or visionary. Cayce only wanted to be a “channel of blessings for others.” He implored people “to live as you pray.” Cayce heralded the modern call to meditation and compassionate action. He lived the lessons of Rabbis Hillel and Jesus.

Psychokinesis or mind over matter ran in Cayce’s family. He said, “psychic perception and psychokinesis are advanced forms of creativity.” Love, Cayce said, was the key to unlocking psychic powers. Even Jesus stated, “I will send you the Holy Spirit to make known to you all things from all times.” Jesus did not condemn the psyche’s ability to access the divine. He fulfilled these abilities thru heredity and purpose.

In On Religion and Psychic Experience, Bro noted myths, symbols, dogmas, codes, and initiations attuned the soul to alignment with the One. Cayce even proved this thru his own conscious actions. He once gave a lecture using an award-winning photo of a homeless man he took. He once said he saw the dead taking part in lecture and said “they need the prayer energy of the living.” Cayce saw visions in trance of souls leaving their bodies on battlefields to look for help. He tried a ouija board once with his wife and they never used it again.

Cayce saw auras around people and places. They could be healing auras or haunted ones but what matters is we have merciful grace for mind, body, and spirit. Do not condemn self or others. Instead seek the light in all instead of “constrictive conscience.” He often repeated “I am my brother’s keeper.” Sin, he noted, is self-aggrandizement. Love is the healing, cleansing, and blessing energies which raise vibrations. Love is the Law of One. Forgiveness heals doubt, fear, anger, hatred, and violence.

In On Religion and Psychic Experience, Cayce said we must have patience for kairos, the moment of readiness. Prayer and meditation free creativity. Cleansing of the body and thoughts is essential. We must balance diet, rest, recreation, and work for meditation to be effective. He also mentioned the importance of breathing, chanting, incense, gongs, instrumental music, and candles. A flowing stream of light should fill awareness. Early morning is best.

Wisdom is not only patient but understanding. In patience is your soul. The superconscious found in meditation reveals how things really are. God is in all people and places. Cayce would suggest a wide variety of healing methods such as drugs, surgery, electro-therapy, diet, exercise, hydro-therapy, psycho-therapy, hypno-therapy, serums, and vaccines. He believed there was special power in group meditation and prayer.

Attitude matters. In On Mysteries of the Mind, Henry Reed says we must get happy and imagine and believe in the possible. He calls this a “consciousness revolution.” The subconscious has other senses awaiting discovery. Just think of how we can sometimes tell when someone thinks of us. Hypnosis can access the mysterious subconscious for answers. Like Cayce, Jung utilized the practice of self-hypnosis.

Hypnosis is a way to communicate with the subconscious. The subconscious mind controls the operations of the body. “What the mind can conceive and believe, the person can achieve.” The formula for inspiration can be hypnosis or dreaming. Day dream based on your ideal. Great dreams inspire political, scientific, and artistic innovation.

The subconscious and superconscious are different. The subconscious mind handles telepathy while the superconscious handles clairvoyance and intuition. Cayce used the superconscious for clairvoyance which included intuitively locating needed medicines on the back shelf of a pharmacy in a distant town. Intuition is the highest form of psychic thinking.

Ideas of course matter. A nation is a state of mind with emotional attachment. Affinity is subconscious and symbolic rather than logical. Cayce Reading 4083-1: “An entity body-mind was first a soul before it entered into material consciousness” The dimensions of the soul are spirit, mind, and will. Spirit is the one life force, mind, the pattern generator, and will, the chooser. Creation is soul projection.

Expectations create reality. Even science and sensations are subjective and biased value systems. Create and choose ideas and the ideal to develop a life. The right self-reliant attitude consistent with ethical ideals is essential. We must heal negative attitudes. Love conquers fear.

We must learn to forgive for peace of mind. Forgiveness is healthy. Condemning others is condemning self. Forgiveness releases our grip on anger and fear.” Cayce Reading 4021-1: “No one can hate his neighbor and not have stomach or liver trouble.” One cannot be jealous and allow anger of same and not have upset digestion or heart disorder.” Chronic stress is bad for health.

Set a spiritual ideal. The right mental attitude is revealed thru upstanding actions. The belief in a Higher Power is more important than a personal need for power. Imagine your ideal to shape the will. Expectations are fulfilled. Free will is stronger than destiny. I am reminded Hitler thought of himself as an embodiment of the wolf which in German translates to “athal,” which bears a strong resemblance to the root of the word “Atlantis.” Spirituality is just a power that can be misused as Cayce said destroyed the Atlanteans. Spiritual power is neither good nor evil. What matters is we holistically use the unified field of spirituality and the Law of One.

Cayce understood the mind, nervous system, and endocrine system interact in one’s health or illness. Attitude causes emotional and physical effects. Attitude more than facts predict subjective experience. Daily doses of laughter can cure terminal illness. Slow and deep breathing can stop panic. Walking in a proud and upbeat posture creates a better mood. Walking and exercise strengthen the immune system and can defeat depression. Cayce said “all illness is sin.”

Cayce often advised relaxed meditation. Breath is everything yogis teach. Inhalation is inspiration. The ideal of meditation is to set the self aside. Doing that strengthens the psychic centers or chakras and the corresponding endocrine glands. Change in the mental and spiritual is just as important as balancing and strengthening the physical body.

In On Reincarnation, Noel Langley points out the subconscious is immortal. Pythagoras and Plato said the soul is older than the body and is “continually born again into this life.” Origen, St. Jerome, St. Augustine, and St. Gregory all agreed. “When any spirit leaves the earth, the energy field is influenced.”

Cayce was precise in describing past lives of individuals in readings. Cayce noted: “We are the sum totals of all our memories…habits, idiosyncrasies, likes and dislikes, talents, blind spots, and physical strengths and vulnerabilities.” Cayce could see from past lives why a child’s proclivities exist. Yet, Cayce understood the will is more powerful than the planets and stars under whose energies one is born. We know so little about the roots of our individual and collective being.

Art and Science of Happiness

The Dalai Lama instructs us in The Art of Happiness (1998) kindness, compassion, and love for all beings is key to overcoming the inevitable pain and suffering of life. Conversely, hatred, anger, selfishness, greed, and violence has and always will destroy human beings. The Dalai Lama, spiritual leader of Buddhism, provides the reader with simple truisms to live spiritually per the Law of One even in violent times.

Spiritual, intellectual, physical, and emotional well-being remain the spinal cord of character education. Inspiration can come from within one’s self and from instruction. Buddha instructed thru the word, spiritual organizations, and truth in action. As the Hermetists and Jung the alchemist would say: “We perceive the workman thru the works.” Whatever you do reflects who you are.

Internal truth is not simply what one perceives but what one knows. Truth is what works and it is sustainable. Truth is pragmatic. The ancient spiritual currency was once quality of consciousness. The modern emphasis has instead valued quantity. We are producing junk that does not last. This is not craftsmanship. This is greed. Nature is the great text of the Divine Law and we must experience and respect it. Behind each art and science are universal laws awaiting our discovery. In “The Setting-Up of Mindfulness,” Buddha called for self-knowledge of one’s body, senses, feelings, and thoughts.” Without awareness of the holistic nature of life, we are fragmented.

Wise teachers and students live on sincere love of truth. Students become disciples and then initiates to mystery schools when they have learned to unify science and spirituality. Mystery schools, academies, temples, and communities have long disseminated the arcana of spiritual arts and sciences to students of great character and attainment. The purpose of all knowledge is perfection of the soul. A symposium needs but two (2) souls to guide dialogue toward healing and transformation.

Wise students prepare their souls to receive knowledge. They build their own capacity to know. Unshakable integrity is paramount. Discrimination, application, patience, moderation, detachment, and relaxation are values that come from the soul not possessions. The soul feeds the heart and mind. “Beautiful language” of the soul “has a ministry to perform.” There is no greater language than that of the universal field of spirituality and the Law of One.

As Buddhists teach, we must thru the deep spherical breathing in of prana break thru the illusion of separateness. Chinese medical doctors call this cleansing the eight (8) electrical circuits. Creating such a unified field of spirituality creates the vehicle of ascension to activate emotional healing. The Hindu siddhis (power) teach deep breathing is the way to manifest psychic power. But, it is love which is the co-requisite for healing yourself and others. Tikkun olam (Hebrew): “Heal yourself and the world.” Open your heart and lovingly connect thru meditation with the Earth, Heavens, the unified field of spirituality, and the Law of One. Even scientifically trained National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) astronauts recognize the unified field of spirituality and the Law of One are the foundation stones of the New Age.

Hillman on the Soul’s Code

James Hillman’s The Soul’s Code: In Search of Character and Calling (1996) demonstrates how the healing of one’s soul can overcome childhood pain and suffering to find a personal calling. Determining a basic personal mission is vital to building a life of happiness.

Hillman’s research on the soul paves the way for powering the subconscious and conscious minds to heal the self and others. Anthony Robbins’ masterpieces in neuro-linguistics programming such as Awaken the Giant Within (2003), in the tradition of self-empowerment gurus like Zig Ziglar and Norman Vincent Peale, show the reader techniques to take control of mental, emotional, physical, and financial destiny.

Wise students prepare their souls to receive knowledge. They build their own capacity to know. Unshakable integrity is paramount. Discrimination, application, patience, moderation, detachment, and relaxation are values that come from the soul not possessions. The soul feeds the heart and mind. “Beautiful language” of the soul “has a ministry to perform.” There is no greater language than that of the universal field of spirituality and the Law of One.

Edgar Cayce’s Visions of Israel and America

In his readings, Cayce predicted the return of the Jews to their homeland as prophesized in the Bible. Cayce said many ancient Jews migrated to the southwestern United States, Mexico, and the Yucatan. The name of the Aztec capital Tenochtitlan roughly translates to “Five Books of Moses Atlantis.” Cayce said the Lost Tribes of Israel influenced Peru and the Iltan Temple of Yucatan Mexico. This is not so hard to believe since modern Jews made the desert thrive in Israel on their prophesized return in 1948. Cayce’s readings remain a treasure trove of lost history and prophecy.

In his own version of modern shamanic trance, Cayce provided detail on the Mount Carmel School of Prophets started by Elijah. The Essene monastery at Qumran which produced the Dead Sea Scrolls stood around the time of Jesus. Perhaps one day an Essene Temple will be found near Masada. The Romans destroyed the Essenes per Josephus, Pliny, and Philo. Cayce stated in a reading, the Essenes believed in reincarnation lending credence to the theory the Essenes were influenced by Eastern ideas including Zoroastrianism. In On Religion and Psychic Experience, Cayce remotely viewed the presence of women at Qumran, which had been denied by scholars but grows in grassroots and scholarly intrigue. Cayce even shockingly stated in On Prophecy, Jesus’ first teacher on Mosaic law, the Prophets, the mysteries, and astrology was Mary’s handmaid, Josie. The prophetess Judy, Cayce says, also taught Jesus, the Essenes, and the early Christians the prophecies following Jesus’ crucifixion.

Cayce transmitted long lost messages of importance for modern times. Cayce noted in On Prophecy, there would be revolution in America if we do not live in “universal oneness.” He said the leveling will come along with “fear from those who control capital investment.” Cayce mentioned international currency stabilization will be necessary to alleviate coming hardships and “cooperation in productivity was more promising than ruthless competition.” The scientists of the New Age must learn these spiritual laws. This is an ominous message for those watching the sick betrayal of democracy with corrupt elections fraud in the United States of America in 2016.